Spanish Burnt Basque Cheesecake Recipe

Spanish Burnt Basque Cheesecake:

Have a taste for something sweet that isn’t typical? You only need this delectable recipe for Spanish Burnt Basque Cheesecake to make your week extra sweet! Home cooks are passing along and testing recipe after recipe for cheesecake. I’ve seen it in books, journals, newspapers, and on the Internet due to its growing popularity. Some follow the original recipe exactly, while others modify it to suit their own tastes.

SET UP TIME: Fifteen minutes
Cooking Time: 45 minutes


Ingredients for Spanish Burnt Basque Cheesecake:

  1. 4 2/5 cups or 1 kilogramme of Philadelphia-style cream cheese
  2. Seven eggs
  3. 400 g (1¾ cups) plus 2 tablespoons
  4. One spoonful of flour
  5. 200 ml, or 4/5 of a cup, heavy cream

Instructions for Spanish Burnt Basque Cheesecake:

  • Set the oven temperature to 210 degrees Celsius, or 410 degrees Fahrenheit.
  • Use two pieces of parchment paper if needed to line your baking sheet. To make it easier to remove the cheesecake once it has baked, extend the liner two to three inches past the pan’s edges. This also keeps the batter from rising to the top.
  • Fill a sizable bowl with all the ingredients. Using an electric mixer, whisk, or metal spoon, thoroughly combine everything. Take care not to combine too much!
  • Transfer the blend into the pan with lining. Arrange the pan on the oven’s middle rack. Bake it for around forty minutes. Adapt the timing to your desired level of doneness.
  • Increase the oven’s temperature for around two minutes, or until the top of the dish reaches the colour you want. At this point, you’ll notice that the cheesecake has risen, but it will sort of deflate as it should after cooling.
  • Exit the oven with the pan. Allow it to cool for approximately one hour at room temperature. Once cool, place your Spanish Burnt Basque Cheesecake in the fridge until it solidifies and is ready to serve.

How to Serve Spanish Burnt Basque Cheesecake:

This cheesecake would go well with some fresh berries, which are, in my view, a perfect match for sweet cheesecakes! If you’d like, you can even use cherries or blueberries! It tastes great served with a dollop of vanilla ice cream or fresh strawberries. Another alternative is to serve with whipped cream and a teaspoon of jam with a raspberry or cherry flavour. Finally, it makes a wonderful treat to serve with tea or coffee after a meal!

Details about Nutrition:

YIELD: 4 SERVING SIZE: 1 Serving Quantity: 1566 calories113g of total fat65g of saturated fat1g of TRANS FAT36g of unsaturated fatCHOLESTEROL: 635 mgSODIUM: 924 mg117g of carbohydratesFIBRE: 0 grammes111g of sugar28g of protein
The accuracy of the nutritional information is not guaranteed as it is approximate and subject to change based on multiple factors.

Recipe by: Pauline

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